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Online ticketing must be redeemed at
box office upon your arrival
WED MAY 27 – 7:30pm $10 BUY TICKETS HERE!
IT’S GONNA BLOW!!! – San Diego’s Music Underground 1986-1996 chronicles a period when San Diego was touted as ‘the next Seattle’. A motley community of musicians with a do it yourself ethos and an aversion to mainstream culture developed their idiosyncratic sounds in the isolation of San Diego but soon found themselves at the center of bidding wars and expense account lunches. What happened when the outcasts from the sticks became the next big thing?
Featuring interviews and performances from Drive Like Jehu, Fishwife, Tanner, Rocket from the Crypt, Trumans Water, the Locust, Heavy Vegetable, Physics, Crash Worship, No Knife, Pitchfork, Heroin, Antioch Arrow, Creedle, aMiniature, Swing Kids, Sub Society, Neighborhood Watch, Boilermaker, Inch, Funeral March, Tit Wrench, Blink 182 and many others.
‘From Nothing, Something’’
Thu 5/28/15 –
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THU JUNE 4 – 7:30pm $10 BUY TICKETS HERE!
Soon after the filmmaker started investigating Joe Strummer’s refuge in Spain in 1984/5, they’d heard a recording of an interview on Spanish national radio from 1997. In the interview Joe talks about a car he had in Madrid some years earlier. One day he left the car in a carpark but couldn’t remember which one. And there it stayed. In the interview Joe appeals to the Spanish people to help him find his car. The filmmaker couldn’t help wondering what had happened to Joe’s Dodge and what he was doing in Madrid without the rest of The Clash. I thought I’d dig around…Joe Strummer touched many peoples’ lives in Spain during this period. He became friends with the biggest stars in Spanish music and produced an LP for a rock band from Granada. Everyone interviewed for the film tells an interesting and often funny tale of their time with a rock star at a professional and personal crossroads. It was a story that needed to be told and an investigation that needed to be carried completed – just in case!
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SAT JUNE 20 – 2pm $5
The Brooklyn Brewery Mash brings highlights from NYC’s Animation Block
Party film festival to the Somerville Theatre with some of the world’s
finest cartoons. Animation Block Party is currently it’s in twelfth year
and is the largest animation festival on the East Coast.
Boston Mash exclusives include The Divide, from recent Rhode Island School
of Design graduate, Brent Sievers, winner of best animated student short
at Animation Block Party 2014 and new cartoons from Boston superstar
studio, CloudKid and their creative director, Dave Schlafman. Plus Gina Kamentsky, animator and kinetic
sculptor; and animator Michael Ribeiro
A Q&A with Animation Block Party founder Casey Safron and local animators
will round out the animated celebration.
ALL TITLES PRESENTED ON FILM on our BIG SCREEN
SHOWTIMES: 8:00pm each night
July 1 – RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY
July 8 – MAJOR DUNDEE
July 15 – THE WILD BUNCH 70MM
July 22 – STRAW DOGS
July 29 – THE GETAWAY
August 5 – BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALFREDO GARCIA
August 12 – PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID
August 19 – THE KILLER ELITE
plus – double feature with
August 26 – CROSS OF IRON
ALL SCREENINGS in 35mm or 70mm – SHOWTIMES at 8PM
JULY 2 – HARD EIGHT
JULY 9 – BOOGIE NIGHTS
JULY 16 – MAGNOLIA
JULY 23 – PUNCH DRUNK LOVE
JULY 30 – THERE WILL BE BLOOD
AUGUST 6 – THE MASTER – 70mm
AUGUST 13 – INHERENT VICE
JOIN US FOR THE 40th ANNIVERSARY!
AUGUST 14-15-16 – 35mm print!
Friday Aug 14 – 8pm
Saturday Aug 15 – 3pm – 8pm – Midnight
Sun Aug 16 – 3pm – 8pm